Art and Beer: The Drunken Cobbler
1219 SW Park Ave.
This is sort of a chicken and egg thing. The Portland Art Museum invited five local breweries to come by and brew a beer inspired by art, in this case the 18th-century piece The Drunken Cobbler, by Jean-Baptiste Greuze. Except that this painting was obviously also inspired by beer. It's a vicious cycle you see—enough so to get you feeling drunk. It is, in all cases, a prime opportunity to drink beer at the art museum, including an apricot Brett ale from Breakside, a French Biere de Garde from Widmer and an "unbalanced" blue-collar grisette from Laurelwood.
Where: Portland Art Museum
Address: 1219 SW Park Ave.